Schemes urged to take 'strategic pause' ahead of endgame decisions

Hymans says there is ‘value’ in thinking carefully about position before decisions are made

Holly Roach
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Hymans Robertson head of alternative risk transfer Iain Pearce
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Hymans Robertson head of alternative risk transfer Iain Pearce

Hymans Robertson has urged schemes to take a “strategic pause” ahead of any decisions made on endgame options.

The consultancy, in an update to its Excellence in Endgame insights hub, said the need for schemes to take stock before deciding on any options for endgame "has never been more pertinent". With ...

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